Ondt Blod: Finnmark
Post-Kvelertak Nordic ragers mix the fun with the fury
This full-length debut gets off to an energetic start with the catchy riffs and unique mix of vocal styles found in groove-ridden opener Svarte Daga.
Moving seamlessly from thrash through pop punk to hardcore is something these guys do without batting an eyelid. Yet somehow the album continues to sound emotionally intelligent and cohesive, and tracks like Symbola and 9900 Sodoma are rhythmic and sticky. Make no mistake, though: this album is punishingly heavy, too. These Norwegians pack a good punch and Aslak Heika Hætta Bjørn’s yells are fierce.